Thursday 13 August 2020

TOP 10 Xbox One Best Graphics Games

10. Doom Eternal

Armed with a shoulder-mounted flamethrower, a wrist-mounted blade and upgraded guns and abilities, the demonic invasion of Earth will be no match for you. As hordes of blood-thirsty demons come at you from every angle in this hellish horror shooter, the action comes thick and fast - be prepared for a lot of gore as you fire up your chainsaw and become an unstoppable army of one.

9. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

The hauntingly beautiful Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, a dark journey into psychosis, boasts one of the most stunning visual designs in modern gaming. Unfolding like a visual novel, this linear experience doesn’t bog itself down with an open world, customisation, crafting (etc.) and instead focuses entirely on the storytelling, which is complimented enormously by some of the finest visuals you will find on the Xbox One. Absolutely gorgeous.

8. Battlefield V

Battlefield V brings World War II spectacularly to life thanks to phenomenal visuals. As Battlefield 1 did, V is a sobering and poignant portrayal of war and the stunningly immersive graphics transport you directly onto the titular battlefield, making each moment all the more harrowing. Battlefield V is a stunning example of the FPS genre at its best, with visuals that trump Call of Duty across the board. Remarkable.

7. Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Embark on Lara Croft’s darkest adventure yet in Shadow of the Tomb Raider, with the most unforgiving jungle setting yet. With brutal tombs, complex underwater tunnel systems, deadly puzzles and a hidden city, the game’s visuals have a lot of work to do and pull it off admirably, transporting the player into this immersive environment admirably. The game is utterly stunning to look at and engrossing to play.

6. Star Wars Battlefront II

From the corridors of the Death Star to Jabba’s palace, Star Wars Battlefront II is bursting with familiar settings from the beloved film franchise and thankfully the game brings them to life faithfully with gorgeous graphics. Playing in either third-person or first-person mode, the game feels alive and takes the player to a galaxy far, far away beautifully. Experience your Star Wars fantasy in Battlefront II, you will.

5. Halo Infinite

It's been a while since we've seen Master Chief on top form, but Halo Infinite is here to rectify that, and then some! This is a near-perfect homage to everything we loved from the Bungie series with a modern twist. You are set loose to traverse a vast and open world with heaps more autonomy and a wide arsenal of iconic vehicles, guns and foes. The single-player campaign shines best in the heat of battle when you really remind yourself why this game deserves to be in the run for best new shooter.

4. Assassin's Creed: Valhalla

Who wouldn’t want to be a Viking? Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, easily the finest entry in the beloved open-world series, allows you to explore a beautifully realised England in the years 872–878 AD. With an epic scale, gorgeous graphics and certainly the most compelling story the series has had in years, Valhalla is an unforgettable experience that reminds us why Assassin’s Creed is one of the most celebrated franchises in modern gaming.

3. Resident Evil Village

Following on from the utterly harrowing Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, this first-person horror masterpiece will have you on the edge of your seat as you explore the mysterious titular village avoiding vampires, werewolves and other things that go bump in the night. Gorgeously designed with an atmosphere to die for, Resident Evil Village is the closest gaming has come to throwing players right into the middle of a terrifying horror movie - and the result is one of the best Resident Evil games in years.

2. Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar’s Wild West masterpiece looks utterly gorgeous on the Xbox One, making the story of Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang all the more engrossing and cinematic. Red Dead Redemption 2 is gaming as an art form, and the graphics here are nothing short of phenomenal. From the gruff character design to the muddy trails, vibrant wilderness and rolling rivers, everything here looks stunning.

1. Forza Horizon 5

Building upon everything that Forza Horizon 4 did so well, this fivequel proves itself as the champion of open-world racing with another grand and expansive entry packed with things to see and do. This time taking the action to a fictionalised representation of Mexico (the largest map in the series to date, 50% bigger than in the fourth entry), this is one of the most diverse and exciting games in the entire Forza catalogue.

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